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- David L Donoho, Carrie Grimes
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 2003

We describe a method for recovering the underlying parametrization of scattered data (m(i)) lying on a manifold M embedded in high-dimensional Euclidean space. The method, Hessian-based locally linear embedding, derives from a conceptual framework of local isometry in which the manifold M, viewed as a Riemannian submanifold of the ambient Euclidean Space… (More)

We describe a method to recover the underlying parametrization of scattered data (mi) lying on a manifold M embedded in high-dimensional Euclidean space. The method, Hessian-based Locally Linear Embedding (HLLE), derives from a conceptual framework of Local Isometry in which the manifold M , viewed as a Riemannian submanifold of the ambient Euclidean space… (More)

- Daniel Ford, François Labelle, +5 authors Sean Quinlan
- OSDI
- 2010

Highly available cloud storage is often implemented with complex, multi-tiered distributed systems built on top of clusters of commodity servers and disk drives. Sophisticated management, load balancing and recovery techniques are needed to achieve high performance and availability amidst an abundance of failure sources that include software, hardware,… (More)

- David L. Donoho, Carrie Grimes
- Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision
- 2005

Recently, the Isomap procedure [10] was proposed as a new way to recover a low-dimensional parametrization of data lying on a low-dimensional submanifold in high-dimensional space. The method assumes that the submanifold, viewed as a Riemannian submanifold of the ambient high-dimensional space, is isometric to a convex subset of Euclidean space. This… (More)

- Daniel M. Russell, Carrie Grimes
- HICSS
- 2007

Short assigned question-answering style tasks are often used as a probe to understand how users do search. While such assigned tasks are simple to test and are effective at eliciting the particulars of a given search capability, they are not the same as naturalistic searches. We studied the quantitative differences between assigned tasks and self-chosen… (More)

- Carrie Grimes
- WWW
- 2008

We track a large set of "rapidly" changing web pages and examine the assumption that the arrival of content changes follows a Poisson process on a microscale. We demonstrate that there are significant differences in the behavior of pages that can be exploited to maintain freshness in a web corpus.

- Murray Stokely, Jim Winget, E. Keyes, Carrie Grimes, Benjamin Yolken
- 2009 IEEE International Symposium on Parallel…
- 2009

We present a practical, market-based solution to the resource provisioning problem in a set of heterogeneous resource clusters. We focus on provisioning rather than immediate scheduling decisions to allow users to change long-term job specifications based on market feedback. Users enter bids to purchase quotas, or bundles of resources for long-term use.… (More)

The practice of guiding a search engine based on query logs observed from the engine's user population provides large volumes of data but potentially also sacrifices the privacy of the user. In this paper, we ask the following question: Is it possible, given rich instrumented data from a panel and usability study data, to observe complete information… (More)

- D. Ford, C. Grimes, E. Tassone
- 2008

Search engines strive to maintain a “current” repository of all web pages on the internet to index for user queries. However, refreshing all web pages all the time is costly and inefficient: many small websites don’t support that much load, and while some pages update content very rapidly, others don’t change at all. As a result, estimated frequency of… (More)

- David L. Donoho, Carrie Grimes
- ESANN
- 2002